Summer of Glaciers | These Last Days

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These Last Days

by Summer of Glaciers

Trapped somewhere between post-rock, shoegaze, ambient, and electronic music stands Summer of Glaciers. Epic instrumental music crafted with passion and an unwillingness to be background music.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Summer of Glaciers applies textures of introspective mood core to the strata of the psyche. Wistful and pensive, there is an underlying melancholy tinged with angst that makes each song a unique insight into the never-where of existence, whether it be at the frantic core of the urban, or behind crumbling facade of the sub-urban.

Shimmering guitar underscored with purposeful bass lines wind their way through an emotional landscape dotted with themes of hope, despair, yearning and redemption. Drum loops accent layers of reverb and melody in a controlled crescendo that converges upon a cathartic self reckoning.

Born out of the NoCal, hardcore, screamo, texture rock scene, Summer of Glaciers creates textured songs that walk the razor’s edge between hope and despair, anger and forgiveness, failure and redemption… it’s up to you to decide which side to fall.


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